jpilot-dial man page

jpilot-dial — generates the DTMF tone signals used for telephone dialing

Synopsis

jpilot-dial [options] number...

Description

jpilot-dial generates the DTMF tone signals used for telephone dialing and by default sends the signals to the sound card.

It can be used for easy dialing, simply put the telephone microphone near the computer speaker and let the software dial for you.

It is intended for dialing from within database programs that also store telephone numbers.

Options

--tone-time

milliseconds, default 100

--silent-time

milliseconds, default 50

--sleep-time

milliseconds, default 500

--output-dev

default /dev/dsp

--use-audio

default 1

--bufsize

default 4096

--speed

default 8000

--bits

default 8

--lv

left speaker volume

--rv

right speaker volume

--table-size

default 256

--volume

default 100

--left

default 0

--right

default 0

See Also

jpilot(1)

Author

This manual page was written by Ludovic Rousseau <rousseau@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

Info

November 22, 2005